By Anton D. Nagy | November 7, 2012 1:56 AM
The last quarter of 2011, pretty much this time last year, represented the first quarter when HTC’s continuous growth trend was broken, with profits crumbling 25.5%. The negative streak seems to have continued throughout 2012 and the Q3 2012 figures weren’t stellar at all with net profits being down 79% from Q3 2011.
HTC is apparently not able to find the secret sauce as sales numbers continue to shrink. According to October’s figures, revenue is down 61% compared to the same month of last year, falling roughly 19% compared to last month. What can HTC do to get back on the growing trend? Well, until CES and MWC, where they must release a product family containing the secret sauce, the Windows Phone 8X, Windows Phone 8S and the HTC One X+ have to impress customers so that in the end sales figures will ultimately stop the falling trend.
What do you think HTC has to do to get back in the game? When will this unlucky streak end? Let us know down below!